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nearly $8,000 a month to stay home. money that comes from the tax dollars. >> in this situation where you have somebody who's been forced to leave his office, host no longer doing -- he's no longer doing the people's business. therefore i think there's an open question as to whether or not they continue to get their paychecks. >> reporter: the professor says the state must be careful taking pay away early. >> before they're convicted. >> reporter: but they article there out to be tougher -- ought to be stuffer standards. >> they are octobering on -- acting on the public's behalf. >> reporter: as it stands the senate leader is allowed to use his discretion when determining whether a lawmaker is paid or not. >> consistently, the legislative bodies tend to handle it that they don't actually expel a member until the member has been proven guilty and so until the member is expelled, they're treated as if they're still on the job to a certain extent. >> reporter: the last time a senator was expelled was 109 years ago. it was a system that does not appear likely to change anytime soon. >> and th
: glad to hear you're getting some rain out there. talking about the new plan that could reduce taxes for the average family by more than $1,000 a year. chair of the house ways and means committee tells us about the big tax overhaul proposal he will unveil today. plus today the fda will consider allowing the creation of a baby from the dna of three people. that's right, we'll have a report on the ethical issues involving in creating designer babies. then we'll introduce you to george p. bush the newest member of the bush family to enter the political arena. the news is back in the morning. we have plenty of it. so we'll see you at 7:00. >> thank you. we'll see you then. >>> time now 6:51. a controversial bill in arizona pits gay rights against religious beliefs. why the battle is extending beyond state lines to right up here in san francisco. >> tree down on a san bruno home. now how the wednesday winds will affect your commute as the news continues right here on kpix 5. ,,,,,, [uncle]this is hopscotch,okay? uncle go one,two,one,two,one two,one. [niece]okay! [uncle]okay? [niece]one,tw
sugar contributes to obesity, diabetes and tooth decay. some supervisors want to add a tax on sugary drinks which would help fund nutrition and physical education programs in our schools. >>> new this morning, a hot sauce factory can keep operating in irwindale in southern california at least for two more months. neighbors have been complaining about the spicy smells from the sriracha plant. the city council decided last night to give the factory until april to get a new filtration system working. the air quality management district expects new test results next month. >>> a $25,000 reward is out for whoever is trying to kill san francisco dogs with poisoned meatballs. the suspect scattered nearly 3 dozen suspicious meatballs in twin peaks last weekend. yelp's ceo is funding most of the reward money. in a statement, he said, my dog darwin is a big part of my life. i can't imagine losing him to this kind of thoughtless cruelty and i hope no one else does either. >>> new this morning, a man who pleaded guilty in the bryan stow beating in los angeles will remain in custody on unrelated
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